Asbestos Removal Felixstowe

Felixstowe

There are many older properties in Felixstowe, which makes it likely that asbestos is present. Living with asbestos is tricky. If the asbestos is disturbed and fibres are released into the atmosphere, they can cause considerable damage. If you live or work in a property built prior to 2000, be very careful before undertaking any form of building work or renovations. You never know what’s lurking out of sight!

Asbestos Removal Services in Felixstowe

We make your safety our priority. Our asbestos dismantling team have many years’ experience and can help resolve your problem quickly and efficiently. With 50% of homes likely to be contaminated with asbestos, it is essential that you have an asbestos survey if you suspect asbestos is present somewhere.

Asbestos Surveys

Asbestos demolition must be carried out by a trained professional. There are a number of strict regulations in place, which must be adhered to. In a commercial space, soft stripping involves removing hidden asbestos and containing the problem. We strip out fixtures and fittings, working with you to minimise potential disruption. This is often the most effective way to handle an asbestos problem in a commercial environment where business interruption would be costly.

Asbestos Demolition and Land Remediation

Are you developing a large commercial site in Felixstowe? Consider having a demolition survey before work goes ahead. Are you concerned about possible asbestos contamination on the ground? If so, speak to us about land remediation services. Before the 1980s, asbestos waste was commonly discarded on brownfield sites. Today, this represents a big problem for developers.

Land remediation involves the removal of asbestos waste. Small pieces of asbestos such as tiles and insulation can be filtered out or the entire sub-soil replaced with uncontaminated material.

Interesting Facts about Felixstowe

Felixstowe is famous for its very large container port, but that isn’t the town’s only ‘claim to fame’. It has a long and interesting history. In 1338, Edward III set off from Felixstowe Ferry to do battle against the French. Today, you can go fishing there. There were once six Martello Towers along the coast nearby; only four are left standing. Head to High Road East and look out for the remains of Walton Old Hall, a Plantagenet palace. Not much is left now, but with walls that were two feet thick, it would have kept most things out. Thankfully for its residents, asbestos hadn’t been discovered back then!

If you would like more information about asbestos removal, contact us today.

Esoteric Group Limited,
7 Charles Watling Way,
Norwich,
Norfolk,
NR5 9JH

tel: 01603 280 868

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